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Make A Wish Alabama "Wishes in Flight" Campaign: Baker's Story

Posted: 04/29/2014 - Five year old Baker Mitchell has myotubular myopathy, but that does not stop him from living a full life. "He’s a blessing to us big time, but yes he is very rotten," Baker's Mother Emily Mitchell said. "He loves school, he’s got a good teacher and a good class."

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Make A Wish Alabama "Wishes in Flight" Campaign: Braxton's Story

Updated: 04/28/2014 - Ten year old Braxton Bradley was diagnosed with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy at age four. This condition happens only in males and it is a disorder that breaks down a person's muscles. The life expectancy for a person with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy is 25 years. But, Bradley does not let his disorder get in the way of his life.

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Early County Chamber of Commerce Hosts Ribbon Cutting

Updated: 11/21/2013 - "This building was built in 1903 by Dr. Wyatt Alexander. The Chamber purchased it in the 1980's and now it is our official home." The Alexander Building was in need of a facelift.

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Cell to Society III: Life After Lock-Up

Posted: 11/14/2013 - Members of the Heaven's Way Biker Church, and former convicts, have kept their word to successfully re-enter into society. Some of them have stayed out of prison for around three years, others for more than thirty. They said it is a challenge to stay on the right path, but they push each other and rely fully on faith.

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Cell to Society: Prayer in Panhandle Prison

Posted: 11/13/2013 - Letting go and Letting God. That's what the 112 inmates in the two Faith & Character-based dorms are trying to do. They have taken on the challenges of the Faith & Character-based programs. These include self-help, chapel, Commitment to Change and a particular program, Victim Impact. In this program, victims are brought in to share their testimonies with the male inmates.

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Cell to Society: The Battlefields to the Prison Yards

Updated: 11/12/2013 - They're called American heroes. They served our country and now they're serving prison sentences. Incarcerated veterans at the Santa Rosa Correctional Institute are doing time in a specialized program: the Veterans Re-Entry Program. During the last 12-36 months of their sentence they can stay in this dorm.

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New Water Line for Piney Grove

Updated: 08/28/2013 - A local man is recognized for his work in bringing water back to a community in Northwest Geneva County.

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